How to Make Full Moon Bath Tea
If you are interested in soothing your aura and aligning your energy with the full moon, consider a moon bath ritual. Taking a moon bath, especially during the full moon, is an effective way to soothe and cool excess heat, anger, and imbalances from the body’s system. The ritual can help to shake off negative energy and relax your spirit. The ritual is easy to perform with the proper supplies, the most important being the moon bath tea. You can buy a kit, or you can make your own for you or your friends. The moon bath trend is also a great avenue for small businesses looking to sell unique products online. Read on to see how you can make your own full moon bath tea.
- 1 Cup of Epson Salt
- 1/3rd cup Rosebuds
- 1/3rd cup dried flowers
- 3-4 tablespoons of lavender oil
- Mix in a Medium-Sized Pouch
Making the Tea
Step 1 - In a clean bowl, add 1/3rd cup of Dried Flowers
Step 2 - Add 1 cup of Epsom Salt
Step 3 - Add 1/3rd cup of Dried Rose Buds
Step 4 - Add 3-4 tablespoons of Lavender Oil
Step 5 - Mix all the ingredients together
Step 6 - Add to a zipper seal bag for use at a later date or use immediately for the bath ritual
Performing the Ritual
- Wait until the night of the full moon.
- Cleanse the bathing area with sage and incents.
- Scoop several spoonfuls of the tea into a bath of warm water.
- Alternatively, you may add the tea to drawstring satchels and add these to the tub for easy clean-up.
- Soak in the tea, and visualize the negative energy rising off you like steam.
- Continue until you are fully relaxed and rejuvenated.
The full moon is a time of positive opportunities when you use your energy correctly. The full moon has the most energy of the moon phases, but to gain its positive effects, you need to be relaxed and you need to perform the ritual correctly. The ritual can help rid your body of toxins and stress. Our recipe uses a blend of salt, oils, and flowers. The Epsom Salt in this bath tea is excellent for purifying and removing toxins. The herbal blend of Lavender oil combined with dried flowers and rosebuds makes this tea both calming and refreshing. For more bathing recipes, consult our guide on making your Lavender bath bombs.